14 St Andrews Street , Launceston , TAS 7250 , Australia View hotel location on the map
10 ensuite rooms and apartments, Launceston Tasmania 3.5 star Heritage accommodation
Experience past times in this grand Victorian Mansion, set amongst secluded
grounds, on the edge of the City near the magnificent Cataract Gorge.
Each room or suite is superbly decorated to a unique or romantic theme and entirely
furnished with antiques - some have spa baths.
Enjoy the City View from the balconies. Sample one of the fine restaurants nearby
(or be creative on the BBQ along with a fine Tasmanian wine from the cellar) after
which we offer complimentary port and chocolates in front of an open fire, under the
chandeliers in the main lounge. Join the other guests at the banquet
table for a full Tasmanian breakfast, cooked to your taste.
If being private is your choice, delight in the comfort of Settlers Cottage, or The Coach House apartments which are self-contained and independent but enjoying the character of the substantial grounds.
• Ensuite facilities
• Some fully equipped kitchens
• Some ground floor accommodation
• All rooms non smoking
• Some spa baths
• Central heating
• Barbeque area
• Offstreet parking
• Guest Lounge (open fire)
• Mini bars & Licensed bar (guests only)
• Guest laundry
• Antique furniture
Attractions nearby are:
* The city centre of Launceston, Australia’s third oldest city, still has most of the original built heritage and a walk through the city and suburbs is a stroll through through past times.
* Cataract Gorge, a huge park with excellent walking paths, restaurant, swimming pool etc.
* Tamar River Cruises - half day, afternoon and sunset cruises up river and half hour cruises through the Cataract Gorge
* Historical Walks conducted around the city's points of interest
* City park including the monkey enclosure
* Tamar River Wine Route - a 3hour drive around the river valley visiting the many wineries for tastings, or lunch or dinner
* Berry farms
* Cheese factory
* Woollen Mill
* Victoria Museum & Art Centre
* Design Centre
* Car Museum
Tour desk with many information brochures available
Check in from: 2:00 pm
Check out by: 10:00 am
All rooms feature telephones with internet connection, desk and reading lamp on request, , Fax & photocopying service available at reception.
Directions to Edenholme Grange (14 St. Andrews Street, Launceston):- BY Car
From the Southern Outlet or Hobart, Campbell Town or Perth )
From the Airport terminal, turn right towards Launceston and take the freeway at the first roundabout. About 10km, you approach Launceston, seeing the city vista below, you are close!
At the bottom of the hill, turn left at the first traffic lights and then immediately right into Maitland St- up the hill on Frankland and St Andrews is the second on the left. There may be no sign for St Andrews St but there is a Gold colour house on the corner. Edenholme Grange is at the end of the Street and you are in the driveway before you see the House.
Coming from Prospect, proceed towards Launceston on Westbury road until traffic lights at Wellington St. , you come on to Wellington St at the Vet (there is a clock showing "Vet time, Pet time", Turn left towards Launceston (north) and proceed to the 2nd set of lights at Howick St and turn left taking the Metro Bus station on the right. Cross over the highway (southern outlet) and then immediately right into Maitland St- up the hill on Frankland and St Andrews is the second on the left. The house is at the end of the Street and you are in the driveway before you see the House.
Coming from Kings Meadows, proceed towards Launceston until you come to the Car Lovers car wash then turn left at the next traffic lights at Howick St., taking the Metro Bus station on the right. Cross over the highway (southern outlet) and then immediately right into Maitland St- up the hill on Frankland and St Andrews is the second on the left. The house is at the end of the Street and you are in the driveway before you see the House.
From the Western approach ( Exeter), the Northern approach ( Georgetown, ) or the East (Scottsdale, Derby) :
The best approach is to find Margaret St ( Margaret St runs north to south, on the west side of the city and is the street nearest Penny Royal towards the City) and proceed South along Margaret until the end of the Street at the new storm water construction, turn West (right ) up the hill on Frankland and again St Andrews St is the second on the left past Maitland. The house is at the end of the Street and you are in the driveway before you see the House.
Taxi and shuttle bus services to the door
Off street parking within the grounds of the House at designated and convenient locations, no charge, set down area near the front entry